Intersecting Crises and the Value of the Humanities at the U.S.-Mexico Border
In late May 2020, the Director of the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry at the University of Arizona, Javier Duran, and three members of the Center’s leadership team joined a Zoom call with CHCI Global Programs Manager, Jason Rozumalski, in order to discuss the operations and initiatives of the Confluencenter in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The conversation became about much more.
Jie-Hyun Lim on the Humanities in Korea during COVID-19
Jie-Hyun Lim, Director of the Critical Global Studies Institute at Sogang University in Seoul, Korea, and Professor of History, discusses with CHCI Events and Membership Coordinator, Bill Warner, the effects of the current COVID-19 pandemic on academic research and community programing as well as the significance of the humanities in times of crisis.
More than Virology: The Humanities and the Pandemic
If we are to rise to the challenge presented by coronavirus, we must recognise that science and healthcare represent only one part of the equation. The rest of the story is essentially social, political and economic.
James Miller on the Humanities in China during COVID-19
In this interview by CHCI Events and Membership Manager, Bill Warner, James Miller, Co-Director of the Humanities Research Center at Duke Kunshan University in Jiangsu, China, discusses the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the humanities center's events and programing.